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Hyatt The Pike Long Beach

285 Bay Street

Long Beach, California, USA, 90802-8161,

Tel: +1 562 432 1234 , Fax: +1 562 435 1428

Long Beach Maps & Directions
Getting to Hyatt The Pike Long Beach is a breeze from Long Beach Airport and LAX. Follow the interactive map of Long Beach, California for an easy path to our bayside escape. If using our Long Beach map is not your thing, here are easy driving directions. What are you waiting for?

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)

  1. Take the San Diego Freeway/I-405 South to the Long Beach Freeway/I-710 South
  2. Go south on the Long Beach Freeway to the Downtown Exits
  3. I-710 South then becomes Shoreline Drive
  4. Go straight on Shoreline Drive West to Aquarium Way and turn left
  5. Take a left at Bay Street and follow to hotel

Long Beach Airport, Daugherty Field (LGB)

  1. Take Lakewood Boulevard south to the San Diego Freeway/I-405 North
  2. Take the San Diego Freeway/I-405 north to the Long Beach Freeway/I-710 South
  3. Go south on the Long Beach Freeway to the Downtown Exits
  4. I-710 South then becomes Shoreline Drive
  5. Go straight on Shoreline Drive West to Aquarium Way and turn left
  6. Take a right at Bay Street and follow to hotel

John Wayne/Orange County Airport (SNA)

  1. Take the San Diego Freeway/I-405 North to the Long Beach Freeway/I-710 South
  2. Go south on the Long Beach Freeway to the Downtown Exit
  3. I-710 South then becomes Shoreline Drive
  4. Go straight on Shoreline Drive West to Aquarium Way and turn left
  5. Take a right at Bay Street and follow to hotel

Tips from Long Beach Locals


Rush Hour
Southern California is notorious for traffic congestion, especially when it comes to freeway driving. If you're planning a visit to the area's attractions, heading to another destination, or need to catch a flight back home, the last thing you want to do is sit in traffic. Rush hour is typically Monday-Friday from 7-9am and 4-7pm. Avoid freeway driving at these times if possible. Weekend driving also has its share of traffic, so if you have to be somewhere at a certain hour, allow plenty of time to get there.

Red Passport Shuttle
If you want to explore one of Long Beach's other neighborhoods, such as Belmont Shore, Naples Island or the campus of Long Beach State University, don't bother driving, looking for a parking spot and feeding the meter. For less than a dollar each way, you can hop aboard the red Passport shuttle which runs every 10-20 minutes and makes frequent stops. The Passport is free in and around Downtown Long Beach.

Free for All
Something for nothing. Both the Long Beach Museum and the Museum of Latin American Art are free to the public on Friday. During the summer, most every night the Municipal Band offers free concerts under the stars at rotating parks, and movies under the stars are also free on selected summer evenings.

Local Laws
A few laws of the land. It's illegal to drive and talk on your cell phone. You cannot smoke in public buildings, like restaurants, bars, movie theaters, or pool halls. To keep our beautiful city healthy, outdoor smoking at the beach, boat ramps, bike paths, playgrounds and tot lots is also a no!
Southern California is notorious for traffic congestion, especially when it comes to freeway driving. If you're planning a visit to the area's attractions, heading to another destination, or need to catch a flight back home, the last thing you want to do is sit in traffic. Rush hour is typically Monday-Friday from 7-9am and 4-7pm. Avoid freeway driving at these times if possible. Weekend driving also has its share of traffic, so if you have to be somewhere at a certain hour, allow plenty of time to get there.If you want to explore one of Long Beach's other neighborhoods, such as Belmont Shore, Naples Island or the campus of Long Beach State University, don't bother driving, looking for a parking spot and feeding the meter. For less than a dollar each way, you can hop aboard the red Passport shuttle which runs every 10-20 minutes and makes frequent stops. The Passport is free in and around Downtown Long Beach.Something for nothing. Both the Long Beach Museum and the Museum of Latin American Art are free to the public on Friday. During the summer, most every night the Municipal Band offers free concerts under the stars at rotating parks, and movies under the stars are also free on selected summer evenings.A few laws of the land. It's illegal to drive and talk on your cell phone. You cannot smoke in public buildings, like restaurants, bars, movie theaters, or pool halls. To keep our beautiful city healthy, outdoor smoking at the beach, boat ramps, bike paths, playgrounds and tot lots is also a no!
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285 Bay Street, Long Beach, California, USA, 90802-8161

  • Tel: +1 562 432 1234
  • Fax: +1 562 435 1428